Questions for Psychology Essays

  1. Use job characteristics models or descriptions to explain how university lecturers or any other knowledge workers are dealing with the most typical occupational issues they face in the workplace. Provide recommendations to help them improve the existing situation and do not forget to consider broader contextual factors such as the global financial crisis and its effects on industrial and workplace psychology. 
  2. Use Myers’ psychological model to explore your own personality. 
  3. Does the Integral perspective have any potential to eliminate the societal bias and prejudice in relation to depression and other mental health issues? How can it contribute to the development of a more robust therapeutic relationship? 
  4. Consider the commonalities and differences between Piaget’s cognitive development theory and Freud’s psychoanalytic theory. See how the two theories change your beliefs about human development. 
  5. List and analyze the principal ethical issues inherent in the study of human behavior using the patterns and frameworks behind psychology research. 
  6. List and analyze the problems or controversies researchers typically encounter in the field of social sciences. 

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  1. Review the 7 Edinburgh principles and suggest how your organization could translate them into a coherent policy that benefits employees and managers. 
  2. Analyze the psychological factors, which justify the use of play to promote the socio-emotional development of children. 
  3. Provide provable and relevant evidence that Piaget’s failed to consider the way the smallest children navigate their knowledge of the world. 
  4. Evaluate the differences between measuring survey and questionnaire responses in psychology, as compared to similar instruments in science. Do you believe that psychology is less scientific than, say, physics or chemistry? 
  5. Review the course and patterns of heroin addiction. Consider the various psychological, social, and biological factors affecting the process. Is there any single, universally acceptable approach to treating drug dependence? 
  6. Analyze how your own cognitive and emotional ability changes over the lifespan. 
  7. Can you say with confidence that dependence and tolerance to psychoactive drugs are closely intertwined? 
  8. What role do hormones play in the development of aggressive attitudes and behaviors? 
  9. How does exhibitionism work in young males? 
  10. What are the effects of popular media on individual perceptions of the self? 
  11. How do psychological contracts change modern businesses? 
  12. What are the strengths and weaknesses of having a complete classification of mental health diagnoses? 
  13. What is the life-history theory and how does it contribute to our understanding of human psychology? 
  14. Why do humans have the patterns of vision different from other living species? For example, why is it that humans have two eyes instead of one? 
  15. How do the theories of human development proposed by Vygotsky and Piaget differ? 
  16. Review the main theories explaining the phenomenon of hypnosis and provide evidence to justify its effectiveness. 
  17. Review the principles and values underlying qualitative research in psychology. 
  18. What are the key employability skills that you have? What is your strategy for using them to find the most prospective job? 
  19. See if you can identify and measure communication skills in other students. What difficulties do you have in relation to it? 
  20. Is evolutionary psychological theory best suited to explain and outline the family structures used in the modern western world? 
  21. Galton proposed a lexical hypothesis, which can or cannot be relevant. What does scientific evidence say? 
  22. Mood and context dependent memories differ. Use evidence from theory and research to explain the difference. 
  23. The North West Wellbeing Survey provides a lot of useful information. However, its use of diagnostic principles and categories is questionable. See if these categories can serve the purpose of outlining and explaining different forms of mental illness. 
  24. What is an interview and how does it benefit qualitative research? 
  25. When should criminal responsibility be imposed on youngsters? 
  26. Use sample questions and conduct a brief quantitative study according to the principles outlined in the Research in Psychology course. 
  27. Critically evaluate and analyze the advantages and drawbacks of using psychology as a strategy for treating psychiatric disorders. 
  28. Person-Centered Therapy is what any psychologist needs to treat the most difficult patients – do you agree? 
  29. Explain the principles underlying psychodynamic practice and its utility in psychology. 
  30. Do you believe that attitudes preclude behaviors? Explain. 
  31. What are conditioned emotional reactions and how do they work? 
  32. Do you agree with the statement that the amygdale plays less important role than the prefrontal cortex in anxiety and depression? Explain. 
  33. What are the bio psychosocial factors that can explain the importance of personal responsibility for managing health and wellness?
  34. What place does realism occupy in the field of psychology? 
  1. You cannot avoid the effects the social majority has on your activities and decisions. Agree or disagree. 
  2. Is psychological awareness the only factor affecting a person’s ability to speak and read? 
  3. How does terminal illness alter the behavioral patterns of the sick and their caregivers? 
  4. How useful is psychometric model in evaluating and measuring human intelligence? 
  5. How can synesthesia be helpful in understanding the function of the human brain? 
  6. What is the conflict between biomedical science and health psychology? Explain. 
  7. What is the social construction of mental health and mental disease? Provide evidence. 
  8. Provide a brief account of the sexuality essays written by Freud and their contribution to psychology. 
  9. Schizophrenia is more than simply a release of neurotransmitters like dopamine. Agree or disagree. 
  10. Memory is a whole set of diverse functions that have their roots in the human brain. Explain. 
  11. Critically evaluate a journal article from the list below, focusing on the design and methods used by the authors. 
  12. CBT and therapeutic alliance – use the latest evidence to explain the usefulness of this relationship. 
  13. What are the strengths and weaknesses of having a psychologist in every organization? Discuss. 
  14. How does drug addiction contribute to other addictive behaviors and reactions? Explain the mechanism behind the relationship between the two. 
  15. What factors affect your self-perception and self-concept? Use theory to explain. 
  16. How does social psychology help you better understand the world and your behaviors in it? 
  17. Hunt and Carlson (2007) analyzed differences in intelligence by group. Critically evaluate the assumptions made by these two researchers. 
  18. What role does psychology play in the study of crime? 
  19. Use SPSS to analyze the relationship between any concepts and conduct an experiment to support your findings. 
  20. Outline the advantages of research in psychology.

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